|Lens design: a new approach (Volume 63B) - Stavroudis, Orestes N.|
Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards
Keywords: Differential equations; lens design; optical system
|A study of the effects of protective filters and lenses on color judgement – final report - Mc Cain, G|
Effect of protective filters and lenses on color judgment by humans
Keywords: COLOR; COLOR VISION; JUDGMENTS; LENS DESIGN; LENSES; OPTICAL FILTERS; COLOR PERCEPTION; LENS DESIGN; OPTICAL FILTER
|A note on dielectric lenses - Uslenghi, P. L. E|
Spherical and cylindrical dielectric lenses - geometrical properties
Keywords: CYLINDRICAL BODIES; DIELECTRICS; LENS DESIGN; LENSES; REFRACTIVITY; DIELECTRIC MATERIAL; LENS DESIGN
|Approaches for teaching planetology - Greeley, R|
The primary objective of the short course in lunar geology is to provide information and ideas for instructors so that aspects of planetology can be introduced or expanded in their earth science curriculum. Although the ways that this is accomplished are probably as varied as the number of participants, some suggestions for incorporating planetology into earth science programs are offered. Three general possibilities are: (1) Supplemental instruction in existing courses; (2) introduction of spec...
Keywords: ERROR ANALYSIS; LENS DESIGN; OPTICAL CORRECTION PROCEDURE; TELESCOPES; ABERRATION; PHOTOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENT; QUALITY CONTROL; REFRACTING TELESCOPES
|On the magnetohydrostatic theory of sunspots - Deinzer, W|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: LENS DESIGN; OPTICAL EQUIPMENT; GRINDING (MATERIAL REMOVAL); LENSES; OPTICAL CORRECTION PROCEDURE; OPTICS
|Applied mechanics - NON|
Computerized simulation of Venus atmospheric entry by earth reentry, and test program on soil response to landing loads
Keywords: ELECTROSTATIC GYROSCOPES; INERTIAL PLATFORMS; LENS DESIGN; SPACECRAFT CONTROL; DAMPING; PERFORMANCE TESTS; SHOCK TESTS; VIBRATION TESTS
|MIT 2.71 Optics, Spring 2009|
Instructors: George Barbastathis, Colin Sheppard, Se Baek Oh This course provides an introduction to optical science with elementary engineering applications. Topics covered in geometrical optics include: ray-tracing, aberrations, lens design, apertures and stops, radiometry and photometry. Topics covered in wave optics include: basic electrodynamics, polarization, interference, wave-guiding, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, image formation, resolution, space-bandwidth product...
Keywords: optical science; elementary engineering applications; Geometrical optics; ray-tracing; aberrations; lens design
|A generic telerobotics architecture for C-5 industrial processes - Backes, Paul G.|
The feasibility of applying telerobotics to the maintenance of C-5A aircraft is discussed. A variety of maintenance applications are evaluated for the inclusion of telerobotics technology.
Keywords: ETCHING; SINGLE CRYSTALS; SURFACE ROUGHNESS; LENSES; MICROCHANNEL PLATES; MICROMACHINING; SILICON; X RAY OPTICS; ANGULAR RESOLUTION; CRYSTAL STRUCTURE; LENS DESIGN
|LinkFinder: An expert system that constructs phylogenic trees - Inglehart, James|
An expert system has been developed using the C Language Integrated Production System (CLIPS) that automates the process of constructing DNA sequence based phylogenies (trees or lineages) that indicate evolutionary relationships. LinkFinder takes as input homologous DNA sequences from distinct individual organisms. It measures variations between the sequences, selects appropriate proportionality constants, and estimates the time that has passed since each pair of organisms diverged from a common...
Keywords: DATA STORAGE; OPTICAL EQUIPMENT; RADII; SUBSTRATES; FRESNEL LENSES; LENS DESIGN; MINIATURIZATION; OPTICAL DATA STORAGE MATERIALS; OPTICAL MEMORY (DATA STORAGE); APERTURES; FABRICATION; NUMERICAL APERTURE
|Bearings and suspension - Leslie, E. N|
Rolamite application to a wide variety of bearing and suspension designs for instruments and machinery is summarized. Data cover: (1) rotary-to-linear converters for pumps, (2) bandcase attachment and tension, (3) rotary bearings, (4) friction in linear bearings, (5) gage design, (6) odometers, and (7) rolamite mechanism properties.
Keywords: AIRCRAFT STABILITY; BODY-WING CONFIGURATIONS; LIFT DRAG RATIO; RELATIVISTIC VELOCITY; AIRFOILS; CONTROL SURFACES; FLUID DYNAMICS; LENS DESIGN; WING PLANFORMS; AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING; AIRCRAFT DESIGN; BLOOD PUMPS
|Intersubband Transitions in InAs/AlSb Quantum Wells - Li, J.|
We have studied intersubband transitions in InAs/AlSb quantum wells experimentally and theoretically. Experimentally, we performed polarization-resolved infrared absorption spectroscopy to measure intersubband absorption peak frequencies and linewidths as functions of temperature (from 4 K to room temperature) and quantum well width (from a few nm to 10 nm). To understand experimental results, we performed a self-consistent 8-band k-p band-structure calculation including spatial charge separatio...
Keywords: X RAY TELESCOPES; SPACEBORNE ASTRONOMY; STIGMATISM; MIRRORS; PERFORMANCE TESTS; DESIGN ANALYSIS; CURVATURE; LENS DESIGN; SPACEBORNE TELESCOPES; X RAY ASTRONOMY; DESIGN OPTIMIZATION; GRAZING INCIDENCE; RADII; COORDINATES; GRAZING INCIDENCE TELESCOPES
|Cryogenics for LDR - Kittel, Pete|
Three cryogenic questions of importance to Large Deployable Reflector (LDR) are discussed: the primary cooling requirement, the secondary cooling requirement, and the instrument changeout requirement.
Keywords: FOCUSING; OPTICAL CORRECTION PROCEDURE; SCHMIDT TELESCOPES; LASER BEAMS; LASER DOPPLER VELOCIMETERS; LENS DESIGN; OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS; OPTICAL PATHS; CASSEGRAIN OPTICS; IMAGING TECHNIQUES; LIGHT SCATTERING
|BSTJ 49: 9. November 1970: Device Photolithography: Lenses for the Photolithographic System. (Herriott, Donald R.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 49: 9. November 1970 pp 2105-2116. Device Photolithography: Lenses for the Photolithographic System. (Herriott, Donald R.)
Keywords: lens; lenses; mtf; image; frequency; design; linewidth; aperture; spatial; system; bell system; camera lens; lens design; system technical; spatial frequency; reduction camera; maximum complexity; mtf curves; pattern generator; periodic lines
|MIT2.71F04 - MIT OpenCourseWare|
This course is an introduction to optical science with elementary engineering applications. Topics covered include geometrical optics: ray-tracing, aberrations, lens design, apertures and stops, radiometry and photometry; wave optics: basic electrodynamics, polarization, interference, wave-guiding, Fresnel and Faunhofer diffraction, image formation, resolution, and space-bandwidth product. Emphasis is on analytical and numerical tools used in optical design...
Keywords: optical science; elementary engineering applications; Geometrical optics; ray-tracing; aberrations; lens design; apertures; stops; radiometry; photometry; Wave optics; basic electrodynamics; polarization; interference; wave-guiding; Fresnel; Faunhofer diffraction; image formation; resolution; space-bandwidth product; optical design
|BBC Research and Development Report Number 1960-21|
R&D Report 1960-21 : Secondary flare in optical lenses. K. Hacking The image formed by a lens is often reduced in contrast by extraneous light spread extensively over the image plane as a result of specular interfacial reflections within the lens and scattering by surface irregularities. A method of measuring the magnitude factor of the lens and the flare component due to specular reflections is discussed...
Keywords: lens; flare; image; secondary; lenses; illuminated; patch; transmission; aperture; glare; primary flare; image plane; secondary flare; patch size; focal length; flare light; lens design; transmission factor; black patch; optical axis